Hidden Valley KinderCare

★★★☆☆
  • 1655 Hidden Valley Pkwy Hidden Valley and Norco Hills Road Drive

    Corona, CA 92879

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  • 951-898-5677

About Hidden Valley KinderCare

Categories
  • Preschools
  • Kindergartens
  • Child Care
Details
  • After School Care
  • Before School Care
  • Toddler Care
  • Child Care Available
Hours
M-F 6am-6:30pm, Sa-Su Closed
Emails
  • 301670@klcorp.com
Phones
  • Fax (951-898-0577)
  • Toll Free (877-546-3372)
Year Established
  • 2001
Keywords
  • childcare
  • child care
  • daycare
  • preschool
  • infant care
Products
  • Before and After School Care
  • Discovery Pre-School
  • Infant Programs
  • Pre-Kindergarten
  • Pre-School
  • Private Kindergarten
  • Summer Programs
  • Toddler Programs
Specialties
  • Enrichment Programs: Cooking
  • Enrichment Programs: Music
  • Enrichment Programs: Phonics
  • Enrichment Programs: Spanish
Payment Options
  • Check
  • Discover
Brands
  • KinderCare® Learning Centers
  • Champions
Services
  • Before and After School Care
  • Discovery Pre-School
  • Infant Programs
  • Pre-Kindergarten
  • Pre-School
  • Private Kindergarten
  • Summer Programs
  • Toddler Programs
Languages
  • English
  • Spanish

Education

Education
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    My child was in the toddler room and got sick constantly from the environment. They didn't have time to wash the children's hands frequently or clean up. The kids ran around with snot hanging from their nose with no one to wipe it up for them. Mind you after we switched daycares, my daughter hasn't been sick once. This center is lacking in toys both inside and outdoors, and the kids were often bored. Yes, in all fairness, the regular individual teachers are nice and hard working. I'm sure they have good intentions and probably deserve better pay for their challenging jobs. The problem, rather, is a systemic one. Since kindercare tries to maximize profits by cutting back on teachers when the ratio is low, the kids end up getting treated like objects.The teachers switch in and out, or they put the kids in different rooms, and it is difficult for anyone to gain any sense of normalcy. They will unfailingly change diapers and feed your children, but they have neither the time, nor constancy to tend to the emotional needs of the children. I watched many times how babies cried in their cribs for over 20 minutes while the adults just chatted it up amongst themselves and ignored the baby. I couldn't bear this sort of neglect and had to distance myself from this facility. They won't slap your child (probably) but this sort of neglect is also damaging. They simply don't have the time to interact with the children and attend to their emotional needs even if they wanted to. I have switched daycare providers, and although the current center I use has room for improvement, it also taught me that kindercare can do better. Child care need not be so damaging to the children. It is unfortunate, because I really wanted kindercare to work out for us even if they charge an arm and a leg. I would have happily paid every cent if they would have lived up to their glossy brochure image. Instead, I had to keep my daughter at home for 2 weeks to help her heal from the emotional damage she experienced.

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    My child was in the toddler room and got sick constantly from the environment. They didn't have time to wash the children's hands frequently or clean up. The kids ran around with snot hanging from their nose with no one to wipe it up for them. Mind you after we switched daycares, my daughter hasn't been sick once. This center is lacking in toys both inside and outdoors, and the kids were often bored. Yes, in all fairness, the regular individual teachers are nice and hard working. I'm sure they have good intentions and probably deserve better pay for their challenging jobs. The problem, rather, is a systemic one. Since kindercare tries to maximize profits by cutting back on teachers when the ratio is low, the kids end up getting treated like objects.The teachers switch in and out, or they put the kids in different rooms, and it is difficult for anyone to gain any sense of normalcy. They will unfailingly change diapers and feed your children, but they have neither the time, nor constancy to tend to the emotional needs of the children. I watched many times how babies cried in their cribs for over 20 minutes while the adults just chatted it up amongst themselves and ignored the baby. I couldn't bear this sort of neglect and had to distance myself from this facility. They won't slap your child (probably) but this sort of neglect is also damaging. They simply don't have the time to interact with the children and attend to their emotional needs even if they wanted to. I have switched daycare providers, and although the current center I use has room for improvement, it also taught me that kindercare can do better. Child care need not be so damaging to the children. It is unfortunate, because I really wanted kindercare to work out for us even if they charge an arm and a leg. I would have happily paid every cent if they would have lived up to their glossy brochure image. Instead, I had to keep my daughter at home for 2 weeks to help her heal from the emotional damage she experienced.

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    When my mom lived in Corona she sent my neice to this Kindercare. This Kindercare was very clean, the staff was professional at all times, and your child was taught well. The really emphasize learning and having the kids ready for kindergarden

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    When my mom lived in Corona she sent my neice to this Kindercare. This Kindercare was very clean, the staff was professional at all times, and your child was taught well. The really emphasize learning and having the kids ready for kindergarden

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    Hidden Valley KinderCare located at 1655 Hidden Valley Pkwy in Corona, CA is designed with your child's fun, health, safety, and childhood education in mind.

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